This year has been one heck of a year and I think we can all agree it’s going to be memorable. Hopefully there’s plenty of good memories to mix in with the crazy ones so it kinda balances itself out.
With kids having to learn a new normal at the same time we are and not really having much choice or rhythm into their lives right now I thought a fun printable was needed just in time for all of Santa’s elves to arrive.
But we all know that with everything going on that you have to quarantine yourself when traveling abroad. So for you elf that’s traveling from the North Pole I put together a cute printable Elf On The Shelf Quarantine Kit.
It’s packed full of lots of fun masks. Some are cutely decorated and some are count downs and there’s a blank one if you’d like to decorate your own. There’s mini hand sanitizers, labels for quarantine jars and some fun Elf sized letter boards with quarantine themed sayings.
Now one of the top questions I know I would get is how does the mask work. It’s very simple and I’ll lay out the instructions below Incase your here browsing and skimming through to the end.
How To Set Up The Masks
- Print and cut out
- Use needle and thread or string. Poke holes into the sides of the mask. There’s two circles in each side indicating where to make your hole.
- Fold the mask in half to help “form” the shape of it.
- Thread your string through the holes and tie around your elves head.
I thought these would be fun to help count down the days until your elf is out of quarantine. You know incase you decide to do a full two weeks of your elf locked up and unable to do anything. Or you could use them to count down the 12 days of Christmas. Be as creative as you’d like.
These make for cute labels to put on your jar or container your elf will be in while in quarantine. We are using empty and cleans out mayo jars for ours. So my kids can hold them.
These are just for fun to prop around with your elf. You can use these with our without the above items. If you have readers then these might have them chuckling.
This is just a cute fun prop to add to show your elf is being on his best clean hands behavior and isn’t bringing any cooties with him.
I hope your family and your littles and you’re Elf enjoy these fun quarantine themed Elf items. I really enjoyed making them and plan too do some fun themed sets soon. First up on my list that I plan to make are some Harry Potter themed ones. So make sure you keep an eye out for those posts coming soon.
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Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a very magical Holiday!
Until next time, live a life you love!